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    There's no any doubt

    Is everything all right with this sentence? "There's no any doubt"

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    Re: There's no any doubt

    No. There's not any doubt. There's no doubt.

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    Re: There's no any doubt

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    No. There's not any doubt. There's no doubt.
    Incidentally, I wonder whether there's a difference between 'there's no doubt' and 'there isn't any doubt' (which I think I would be more likely to use in an informal context). :=?

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    Re: There's no any doubt

    I would use "There's no doubt" pretty much every time.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Re: There's no any doubt

    I'd use 'There's no doubt [of/that]...', but sometimes (when there's no object of the doubt - but not always then) I say 'There's not any doubt'. I wonder whether there's any regularity to my choice.

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